Match performance is a critical consideration on the design of energy system for zero energy building/community. A case study regarding an residential building of net zero energy (NZEB) is presented in this article. In addition to the passive design of energy efficient, indoor terminal units and renewable energy power system, an emphasis is placed on solar-driven energy system which employed LiBr and CO2 as working fluids for a hybrid cycle of vapor compression and absorption. The performance of NZEB was evaluated in terms of the indoor comfort, energy balance and match.
|Conference||Applied Energy Symposium and Summit|
|Period||15/11/2016 → 17/11/2016|
- net zero energy
- energy system
- renewable energy
- solar energy